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Lourdes Senior Community Series on Memory Care

Date: Thursday, December 04, 2014
Lourdes is hosting a support group on what is termed the "language" of memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s

Lourdes Senior Community Series on Memory Care

Date: Thursday, December 04, 2014
Lourdes is hosting a support group on what is termed the "language" of memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s

Lourdes Senior Community Series on Memory Loss

Date: Thursday, December 18, 2014
Lourdes is hosting a support group on what is termed the "language" of memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s

Hadley Lions Club Spaghetti Dinner

Ongoing Each Thursday Beginning Thursday, November 27, 2014.
Hadley Lions Club Spaghetti Dinner I- 3rd Thursday of each month. All you can eat spaghetti, salad,

Youth Theater Group beginning fall workshops and performance opportunites

Occurring Each Tuesday Beginning Tuesday, November 25, 2014 Through Monday, May 11, 2015.
Theater for all ages 6-19. Workshops in the fall provide beginner and advanced opportunities to learn

Recent Letters

Corporate profits are at record highs and the income gap between America's middle class and the nation's ...more»
Mike Fetzer | Nov 05
Oxford voters, As we are all relieved we are seeing no more election ads, we need to realize how one ...more»
Susan Rizzo | Nov 05
On behalf of the Oxford Downtown Development Authority, I would like to convey a heartfelt thank you ...more»
Ginny Schomisch | Oct 30

Recent Deaths

Valerie Grace Owen

2014-10-21
Valarie Grace Owen, loving mother of Kristie Mae Owen and sister of Kim Owen­Eversole and Tim Owen has passed away. She was the ...more»

Sally I. CHASTAIN

2014-11-03
CHASTAIN, Sally I.; of Ortonville; went to be with the Lord November 3, 2014; age 83. Preceded in death by her husband Robert ...more»

Susamma JESUDAS

2014-11-01
JESUDAS, Susamma of Clarkston; November 1, 2014; age 82; preceded in death by her husband Rev. Kuruvilla Jesudas; loving mother ...more»

Towel, please

Students smooshed cream pies in the faces of Daniel Axford (DA) Elementary staff members last week as a reward for their successful fund-raising efforts. According to DA Principal Chad Boyd, approximately ...more»

Township may move to single hauler waste program

By Dan Shriner Review Editor By the spring of 2015, Orion Township residents may not have any choices in the use of a waste hauler for their recycling and garbage collection....more»

Recount looms in one vote victory in school board election

Goodrich-One vote can make a difference. Ask incumbent school board trustee Chip Schultz, who lost his Nov. 4 reelection by just one vote to newcomer Jeff Brown. The unofficial results for the school ...more»

Loud patriotism

Bailey Lake Elementary students cover their ears as the American Legion Honor Guard fires a rifle salute during the school’s Salute to the Armed Forces, Nov. 13. Please see page 21 for more pictures ...more»
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Born November 21st
1898: Rene Magritte, surrealist painter (Golconda).
1904: Coleman Hawkins, jazz saxaphonist.
1908: Elizabeth G. Speare, writer of historical novels for children.
1920: Stan The Man Musial, Hall of Fame baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals.
1929: Marilyn French, noveist and critic (The Women's Room).
November 21st
in history
1620: Leaders of the Mayflower expedition frame the Mayflower Compact, designed to bolster unity among the settlers.Plymouth Rock.
1783: Jean de Rozier and the Marquis d'Arlandes make the first free-flight ascent in a balloon, to over 500 feet, in Paris. Jean Pierre Blanchard and the first aerial voyage in the New World.
1789: North Carolina ratifies the Constitution, becoming the 12th state to do it.
1855: Franklin Colman, a pro-slavery Missourian, guns down Charles Dow, a Free Stater from Ohio, near Lawrence, Kansas. Bitter Bushwackers and Jayhawkers.
1864: From Georgia, Confederate General John B. Hood launches the Franklin-Nashville Campaign into Tennessee. Winter Fury Unleashed.

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